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The farm-to-table movement has flourished on the East End for decades, many restaurants boasting kitchen gardens to supply fresh, seasonal produce to diner's plates.
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Twin Falls, Idaho A Twin Falls commercial fish and frog farm has settled with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for repeatedly violating the Clean Water Act and polluting the Snake River in South-central Idaho.
For the second year in a row, Greenport will celebrate seafood and wine during the Shellabration Restaurant Walk this weekend.
The European Union has warned Ghana to tackle illegal fishing in its waters or risk being blacklisted.
Fish is good for you. While fish farming takes hold, the legacy way of providing fish, boats and nets, is still in use.
Around 60 shellfish aquaculture experts will converge on Nelson this week to attend a joint New Zealand-United States workshop to consider the best ways to future-proof New Zealand's shellfish aquaculture industry from ocean acidification.
West Coast Mayor Robyn Gerrity has welcomed the new hub but says there are several issues which need to be resolved, including extra truck movements to and from the West Coast.
THE Scottish Government has been accused of being "in cahoots" with the fish-farming industry after public agencies disclosed more than 750 fish farms have been approved in recent years - and only six have been refused.
Trevor Fay grabs a fistful of fresh, crisp kelp and loads it into a large steel cage in a dim, wooden cavern below Monterey Municipal Wharf No.
One of the world's largest aquaculture companies is betting future economic growth in Chile on a "robust" species of salmon native to the Pacific but will continue to raise the controversial Atlantic salmon on its British Columbia farms.
East Otago Taiapure management committee chairman Brendan Flack and Otago University aquaculture and fisheries student Namrata Chand measure the little-necked clam population at Doctor's Point.
One of the Falklands leading Seafood Companies, Fortuna, has invested in a pilot brown trout farm facility in the Falkland Islands.
Acne is the bane of many a teenager's life, but researchers now believe they may have found a novel treatment for it.
Genetically modified salmon eggs are safe as houses, according to Environment Canada.